(2) Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale
(3) Lagunitas Little Sumpin Sumpin
I was really hoping for a matchup between Dale’s Pale Ale and the Whale’s Tale Pale Ale, but the bracket committee goofed and the dream match up isn’t going down. Instead, we get the strong in all facets Dale’s against the sneaky can from Lagunitas. Little Sumpin Sumpin may not receive the national attention that Dale’s Pale Ale gets, but they do play a crowd pleasing style that should gain them a lot of fans as they advance past their well known opponent.
(2) Dale’s Pale Ale
(15) Sam Adams Boston Lager
Perennial fan (read: uneducated bum) favourite Sam Adams has got the whole city of Boston drunkenly cheering them on, while Dale’s supporters are too busy standing in the snack bar queue due to a massive craving of the munchies, but they will totally defend the awesomeness of the beer if they need to, man. In all honesty, neither beer brings a strong game to the table, and both have some weaknesses that could prove costly. Ultimately, the team that wins will be the one that manages to convince everyone that even when actually playing the game, it’s how you talk the talk that matters.
Yo mama got fired from the sperm bank for drinking on the job.
Yo mama is so fat her blood type is gravy.
Yo mama is so stupid that she slept on the floor when she was locked inside the mattress store.
Yo mama is so ugly Jane Goodall followed her home from the welfare office.
Two truths and a lie: I love yo mama jokes. I really enjoy pilsners. I have never had a bad beer from Oskar Blues.
I just finished reading a great article on Gizmodo regarding canned beers by Joel Johnson. Click here to read it, it’s definitely worth your time.
After reading it, I wanted to weigh in a little about canned beers.